Paul McCartney Devastated By Painful Disease News


The Beatles icon Paul McCartney revealed in a live conversation that he’s still ‘sad’ over losing his wife Linda McCartney to cancer when asked about looking back at her album Wide Prairie, with the reissue of the album being in the news bringing back painful memories. McCartney revealed a big name female singer was ‘punk’ yesterday.

“Well, it’s sad because Linda died. But when we made it, of course, it wasn’t sad. She was alive and there are happy memories around it. Obviously they’re tinged with sadness, but the actual record itself is very happy. When we first met, I knew she sang a little bit because we’d talk about it.

She would tell me some of her memories of the college she went to, or the high school – I’m not sure which. It had a sort of Glee Club, which was like a singing club. It wasn’t the school choir, it was a little looser. And they used to sit in the bell tower apparently because it had good acoustics.

They’d get together there and sing stuff. Just current songs to amuse themselves. So, I knew she sang with them and that was kind of interesting. So, when we formed Wings I said, ‘Are you interested in doing it?’ And she said, ‘Yeah!’”

Linda McCartney died on April 17, 1998 at 56 years old from breast cancer. You can donate to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to achieving prevention and a cure for breast cancer. They provide critical funding for cancer research worldwide to fuel advances in tumor biology, genetics, prevention, treatment, metastasis and survivorship. Paul McCartney made a bold revelation about what Morrissey did with his late wife a couple of days ago.